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The Bear on Loch Sunart (at Night)

Gill Tyson

£250

Limited edition lithograph

 

Edition of 30

 

Size: 38cm (h) x 48cm (w)

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UK
We will endeavour to process and ship your order within 14 days of Order Confirmation for artwork only, and for framed artwork, within 21 days.

International
We ship artwork only internationally, framing is not available. We will endeavour to process and ship your order within 14 days of Order Confirmation.

Limited edition lithograph

 

Edition of 30

 

Size: 38cm (h) x 48cm (w)

Framing

Buy your chosen piece ready to hang. Follow ‘Our Pick’ for the perfect choice. Learn more about our handmade bespoke framing.
*Only suitable framing options will show.

Delivery

UK
We will endeavour to process and ship your order within 14 days of Order Confirmation for artwork only, and for framed artwork, within 21 days.

International
We ship artwork only internationally, framing is not available. We will endeavour to process and ship your order within 14 days of Order Confirmation.

Gill Tyson

Gill Tyson is a printmaker whose main practice is in lithography, concentrating on the richness of expressive marks within this medium. She develops her prints by building up layers of colour to create a depth and intensity in deceptively simple and distilled imagery.  Gill is drawn to remote, often bleak and harsh environments – places as diverse as Orkney, The Lofoten Islands and the Namib Desert. She looks for incidents of manmade presence in places that are in some ways inhospitable. Tyson trained at Edinburgh University and Edinburgh College of Art, where she graduated with an MA in Fine Art.  Her work is in many public collections including the Smithsonian Institution, Aberdeen Art Gallery and The Royal Bank of Scotland.